The king of rock and roll starred in films that were as entertaining and beloved as his legendary music. Featuring simple, powerful storytelling, iconic charm and high-energy musical numbers, these seven movies, selected in honor of Elvis Presley's 75th birthday, are a must-own addition to any DVD collection. "Love Me Tender": The year is 1865, and the three Confederate Reno brothers don't know the war has ended. They manage to steal a Union Army payroll, and head for home with the money. While Vance can think only of the love of his life, Cathy, it turns out that the brothers have been reported dead, and Cathy has married their youngest brother Clint. "Flaming Star": Elvis portrays Pacer Burton, the son of a white rancher and his beautiful Kiowa Indian wife. When fighting breaks out between the settlers and natives, Pacer tries to act as a peace maker, but the "flaming star of death" pulls him irrevocably into the deadly violence. "Wild in the Country": Possibly the sexiest of all of The King's movies, this film finds Elvis playing a backwoods delinquent blessed with great literary talents with Millie Perkins as his childhood sweetheart. "Clambake": Vying for the attentions of the lovely Shelley Fabares, Elvis finds himself caught up in a rivalry with playboy Bill Bixby "against a tuneful background of comedy, romance and speedboat racing" (Film Daily)! "Frankie and Johnny": Presley is Johnny, a riverboat singer whose life, according to girlfriend and singing partner Frankie (Donna Douglas), has become "one great big roulette wheel." And he's so obsessed with that wheel of misfortune that when a gypsy woman prescribes a redhead to be his good luck charm, Johnny sets out to find one. Trouble is, Frankie is most definitely a blonde... and a jealous blonde at that. "Follow That Dream": When his scheming pop decides to "homestead" the family on a public beach, Toby Kwimper (Presley) digs the exotic setting but hates the attention he is suddenly receiving. Though he just wants to play his guitar, Toby finds himself up to his baby blues in trouble with government bureaucrats, crime bosses and even two smitten "kittens" - an adopted little sister who feels more than sisterly love for him and a social worker with more than his welfare on her mind! "Kid Galahad": Immortal heartthrob Elvis Presley stars as Walter Gulick, an ex-G.I. who returns to his rustic hometown in upstate New York looking for work as an auto mechanic. Ambitious but naive, he's reluctantly roped into becoming a boxer by dubious manager-turned-innkeeper Willy Grogan. With his loyal trainer Lew Nyack (screen legend Charles Bronson) at his side, the iron-jawed, anvil-fisted Elvis quickly becomes the top-drawing champion "Kid Galahad".